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Operators slashed the number of drilling rigs they are using this week to search for oil and natural gas by 62 nationally and by three in Oklahoma, Baker Hughes reported Thursday.
As many Americans shelter in place at home to stop the novel coronavirus from spreading, truckers are still committed to keeping store shelves stocked during this pandemic.
The Ranch Hand Truck Stop just outside Montpelier, along with people from the Bear Lake Valley, are helping truckers survive the COVID-19 crisis in a beautiful way.
GMA’s Feel Good Friday story covering the worker braving the virus threat to keep store shelves stocked.
Influential young leaders drive the state forward, and the 40 professionals cataloged here exemplify the best of what Oklahoma has to offer.
As America grapples with the coronavirus and daily life is altered, the nation's truck drivers are among those who are risking their personal health and doing the hard work to keep products moving to stores, hospitals and elsewhere.
Among the chaos of the growing pandemic, there are instances of people doing good things for one another and the community.
Truckers who will be driving through Oklahoma City on Friday can receive a free lunch during the "Sandwiches 4 Semis" event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Exit 136 on I-35.
It's a job most Americans depend on without even knowing it. Right now, thousands upon thousands of truckers are rapidly trying to meet the demands of supermarkets, and hospitals all across the country.
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